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that government investment and flood defenses has fallen. in the light of this an event we have seen, does the prime minister think it's right to revisit the plan for investment and flood defense? >> we will look very carefully at the plan for flood defenses but, of course, without spending figures all the way out to 2020, not all of which are fully committed which are major investments in budget defenses but i said two weeks ago as the waters reside and as a bea and others can look at what happened, we can review and see what new measures might be necessary. let me just repeat the point that in his four-year period and, indeed, in this parliament overall spending on flood defense has gone up. >> mr. speaker, i'm afraid the figures the primus is quoting are phony and i believe he knows this. [shouting] this is what the uk -- this is what the uk statistical process i know they don't want to hear. they say this, government funding for flood defenses were lower in both nominal and real terms during the current period than since the last. the only way you claim otherwise is by ignoring inflati
that this committee questioned the department of defense officials on the full spectrum of the mission to include extremely sensitive and highly classified information. in an effort to fully understand the events pertaining to the strategy that unfolded that day, we have tried our best to treat all the families' interests equally, knowing that there's a wide range of spectrum and perspectives given the sheer number of people and families that ren gaged in this. two of these -- two of america's best happen to be from my congressional district in utah, and a number of members obviously care deeply about this issue. you're going to see members coming and going in this hearing. we have lots of different things happening in congress at the same time. some families may claim we have not done enough by not allowing classified or highly graphic information to be discussed today, and others may claim that any discussion about extortion 1-7 is counterprodifbt and opens old wounds. if i did not believe that the majority of the families wanted a forum like this to exist, we would not be conducting this heari
unity force control on the ground. the ukrainian defense chief, according to afp, has said that russia has sent at least 6000 troops to crimea. that is the headline coming out of the af he this morning. about 41 minutes ago. there is a picture of some of the unidentified armed men in front of the crimean parliament. let's go to mark, waiting in massachusetts on our line for independence. -- line for independents. caller: i think russia definitely has a right to protect their interests. they have bases down there. i know the ukrainian government is set up. is there any real military force ? if some he wants to come in and -- do harmia people in the upheaval. it, maybes down to crimea will secede and become their own country. russia today reporting in an interview with the russian dispense -- defense minister that russia has 150,000 troops and 90 aircraft, 800 80 tanks and 1200 pieces of military hardware involved in drills on the ukrainian border right now. that doesn't concern you? host: i didn't know that they had that much stockpile. the do have their whole fleet. strength already hu
intelligence. who are they all? four of them, the largest are in the defense department. the national security agency which has been in the news a lot. the national geospatial intelligence agency where i worked for a couple of years. they take pictures from satellites. the defense intelligence agency does mostly intelligence matters. then, the national reconnaissance office which manages satellites. and a lot of people think you launch a satellite and it is just up there. no, you fly a satellite. you determine where it will be and then you maintain it. that is what they do. two intelligence agencies focused primarily on the united states. the fbi and the department of homeland security. they're concerned with threats and terrorist organizations and they work with state and local governments. then you have the treasury department. the drug enforcement agency. their work should be obvious. the energy department which is where my security clearance currently resides which looks after nuclear matters and energy matters. we also have each of the five armed forces as its own intelligence branch. you
. since when has china's military spending made headlines? since today. the defense budget going up just as the president scaled back here. look at this, it is not real. it is another buzz creator. back to reality. "varney & company" about to begin. ♪ >> what exactly wanted to fix the problem caused by citizen united. what exactly does that mean? would you please turn the mic on. >> my counsel has advised me that i have not waived my constitutional rights under the fifth amendment. under his advise, i decline to comment. >> you will not tell us who wants to fix the problem. >> on the advice of my counsel, i exercise my fifth amendment right. >> ladies and gentlemen, seeking the truth is the obligation of this committee. i see no point in going further. i have no expectation that lois lerner will cooperate with this committee. >> may i ask my question? >> you are all free to leave, but the gentleman may ask his question. stuart: that was intense. it was almost uncomfortable watching it unfold. the main witness said nothing. lois lerner pleads the fifth, again. judge andrew napolitano is
there are russian defense forces. kerry was god smacked. nbc's andrea mitchell told him putin said that. putin says there's an illegitimate government here in kiev. kerry says how can it be illegitimate when the parliament approved this government? putin says there are ant anti-semantic running in kiev. kerry says, i drove through kiev, i walked through kiev, how can that be the case, mr. putin? but let's look at the positive side of things. progress, kerry is going to be speaking to lavrov. nato and the russians will be speaking, as well. it's sluggish, but there is a ministerial level conversation going on. the russians maybe, despite mr. putin's comments about the illegitimatesy of this government, there was some progress there. but the hard proof is there are russian forces or pro russian forces, whatever you want to call it, on ukraine territory. talking about putin's speech yesterday, this is hard lined. it says the confessions of a mad adegreeson with a caricature of mr. putin. a humanitarian mission? and then we have a third bun referring to those shots and pictures of unarmed ukrainian air
with a nationwide biofuel industry. we have contracts today under the defense production act that by 2016 with four biofuel companies assuming all of them make it through this process, they are contracted to provide us with about 163 million gallons a kwraoeryear at a good bit less than $4 a gallon, which is very competitive with oil and gas and domestically produced. all four have different feed stocks. i don't really care where it comes from. but it has budget advantages not the least of which gives our partners a new income stream for a short basis. it is any kind of technology from solar to wind geothermal hydrothermal, fuel cells that can use different kinds of fuel to power them. so our goal -- and i'm confident we are going to reach it -- is by 2020 at least half of all naval energy will come from non-fossil fuel sources. we have six years to do that. i think we are on track to get there. >> secretary again we are ahead of the budget but secretary hagel did release earlier this week out lineslines, some controversy about cost reductions -- not cost reductions
it, quote, local defense units. putin continued to deny that russian troops have invaded ukraine. putin had this to say about what he called the united states meddling in the region. i sometimes have an impression that there's some laboratory in the u.s. where they conduct experiments using these countries as rats, and they do not understand the consequences. president obama said this about vladimir putin today. >> there have been some reports that president putin is pausing for a moment and reflecting on what's happened. i think that we've all seen that from the perspective of the european union, the united states, allies like canada and japan and allies and friends and partners around the world, there is a strong belief that russia's action is violating international law. i know president putin seems to have a different set of lawyers making a different set of interpretations, but i don't think that's fooling anybody. i think everybody recognizes that although russia has legitimate interests in what happens in a neighboring state, that does not give it the right to use force as
in crimea because they weren't russian soldiers and insisted they were some sort of self-defense force who couldn't be ordered around by moscow. so a key thing. what we did see today from europe with this $15 billion aid program promised, linked, of course, to an imf deal, that again, priority being to try and bail out the ukrainian economy, to put it back on an even footing. the priority for the western powers. because at the moment in the words of the finance ministry here, the coffers are empty. there's no money in the ukrainian treasury. it's about stabilizing ukraine and about at this point, keeping them calm while the western powers work on calming down the russians, if you like, chris. >> you know, i go back to 1961 in august, when khrushchev put up the wall in berlin separating east and west berlin. kennedy saw it with relief. he said better a wall than a war because it was better the soviets did that on behalf of their clients in east berlin and east germany than to go to war and close down west berlin all together. in this case, i'm trying to see what a reasonable decision by put
wisdom in the defense bar is, don't even think about resisting a government overtour for a plea in a corporate context, and now the government is just going with what are called dps, not even resolving cases criminally because that's too difficult, so the department of justice reaches a civil resolution. >> thank you. justice for the committee, i just think that something that we should think, especially on our side of the aisle -- as conservatives we should be very concerned about the state having so much power that criminal defense phones are afraid to go to trial because they know that actually they take more risk going to trial than defending liberty and property and the things that the government should not easily take away from defendants. thank you very much. i yield back my time. >> i'm told we'll be voting between 10:20 and 10:30. excuse me. gentleman from georgia, mr. johnson. >> thank you. it's not so much the sheer volume of criminal laws on the books and how they are apportioned among the various titles of the u.s. code. it's really a matter of what is the impact ov
with them. some of these candidacies were hrown out. so it means the minister of defense is a professional military man. e was supported by the people, and he is respected in the rmy. in the security, supporters from the opposition, his candidacy is supported by the people. and he used to be the chief of ecurity during a time. and the minister of the nterior. so people demonstrated their support, their full support in the ministry. they got those who were professional people. we count on that. the second question is very painful for me, because i don't want to think about any kind of military development around the settlement of the question. but i think -- i think we are strong enough to defend ourselves. we have a strong feeling, we have a spiritual feeling that we are right in what we are doing. >> can you talk about the resolution invoking the international criminal court? did this come up, and also the request to extradite mr. yanukovych back? what are the status of those actions? >> you can find the experts on how this works. well, it's not so easy to move directly. o what do we have
threat and people started shooting at them. according to the law, the police has the right to self-defense, especially when there have been massive acts of attacks to the police. regressive lead. but do remember 2004 we had a similar situation. 40,000 people came to the railroad station. they could have been a clash of bloodshed. i went to the railroad station. i stopped be people. i prevented bloodshed. i talked to those who brought them. i said they will never forgive us if blood is spilled. >> please take your seat. i insist. >> hello? i have a question. if this is under way, are you ready? what happens? what if this happens? what would you do? do they recognize you? >> here is my point of view. there is an independent investigation. or someone from the authority. after this independent investigation, maybe we can talk about the courts. i would like not to comment on these questions. i'm very often provoked. here is how i'm going to put it. i am convinced that the time will come and the truth will prevail. truth will out. everyone will know the truth and this was a show of history on ne
reserves to himself the right to intervene militarily at any time anyplace in ukraine, not just in defense of rugs, but also in defense of ukraineens. that's essentially a cart blanche to invade any country. >> saying he reserves the right to protect his people as if ukraine is still part of the old soviet union. >> putin has never like so many other russian elites accepted the legitimacy of an independent ukraine and he as far as he's concerned doesn't even consider ukrainians to be a separate people. essentially, he's marching in to defend his own. he also said and this is absolutely shocking, that he is "not worried by war." no leader other than adolf hitler and perhaps the ruler of north korea would say that kind of thing in today's world. >> should we be worried about vladimir putin's mental capacities or are we seeing a situation where some suggest we are looking at a russian leader who is isolated and insulated and only speaks to people who tell him what he wants to hear? >> i think it's both. clearly he is insulated, isolated, although at the same time, do keep in mind the russian
you. >> thank you. >> thank you, mr. chairman. welcome. this is a historic filing period. the defense of marriage act was struck down last june. for the first time, same-sex couples will be filing federal tax returns together. this was the first filing period that is taking place. when education within the irs and outside is taking place? how are you helping to educate and make the resources available to people, especially with some of the perplexing these involve? different states have different laws. i have residence in my district and in my state who were married in iowa. illinois is beginning to recognize same-sex marriages. what is irs doing to deal with these complexities? >> one of the things that did surprise me is the amount of outreach the irs does as a general manner. we have a website which if you look at it today is a different website than it was a year ago. information about what information their clients will need. we have a youtube channel with over 100 inch optional videos. videos.uctional we're looking forward to how to deal with affordable care act. ony can advise
. here, too. what about the dark castle? you call that defense?! come on! [ female announcer ] watch live tv anywhere. the x1 entertainment operating system, only from xfinity. stuart: he does not like america and america does not like him. please, do not think that everyone with a british accent things like piers morgan. we do not. i don't and i do not like being confused with him. that was a clip from my take. needless to say, mr. morgan was not too happy with what i said. he tweeted out in response, who is stuart varney. scotty hughes is still with us. look at this one. >> no. zero what about an assault weapon that can fire 100 bullets in a minute. stuart: that is exactly why he failed. he says things like your constitution. talking down to americans. this guy, he does not get it. you are america. >> he despises the conservatives within america. you want to look at the difference between fox business ratings that are the top of the charts. we have gradually gone up. people look to us for information. he never showed respect to any of his gas. people do not want to sit there and see tha
doing massachusetts. the same day that massachusetts came out, this court decided environmental defense versus duke which decided -- even when a defined term is construed a particular way, it doesn't mean the same term can be construed differently where context -- cannot be construed differently where context requires. that is why massachusetts, after indeed holding that the definition of pollutant included greenhouse gases, didn't go there -- stop there. it asked whether applying it to the title ii provisions on motor vehicles would yield extreme measures or counterintuitive results. only then did they direct the epa to apply the definition. they understood that the literal definition of pollutant was sufficiently broad that it should not be applied without some additional analysis of the context of the provisions. >> what else does it cover other than the -- mobile vehicles? >> there are multiple places where it appears in the act. they have interpreted the words, any air pollutant to mean any subset of the pollutants that this definition -- >> that is because the section that it is i
foundation to start a revolution, when he was pulled over for speeding in july of 2010. williams defense attorney says he fired at officers in self- defense after officers shot him first. wipes was shot four times dure -- williams was shot four times during the gun battle. >>> $500 million in unpaid taxes. eight bay area companies are on the list. the top three that owe the most are university floor covering. and a and a also owe's about $900,000 in unpaid taxes. >>> a warning about whales. the national oceanic and atmospheric administration says whales may venture into the san francisco bay. they want boaters to watch out, saying if a mother and calf are separate, the younger whale could die due to separation. >>> this video shows a blue whale lifting and flapping its fluke. it appears as if the orca bit the blue whale. the blue whale swam away. blues are the largest creatures on earth. we posted the full video on ktvu.com. >>> california may have a reputation as a state full of yoga practicing, health conscious. but the most fit state is montana. nevada is third. california comes in a
a revolution, when he was pulled over for speeding in july of 2010. williams defense attorney says he fired at officers in self- defense after officers shot him first. wipes was shot four times dure -- williams was shot four times during the gun battle. >>> $500 million in unpaid taxes. eight bay area companies are on the list. the top three that owe the most are university floor covering. and a and a also owe's about $900,000 in unpaid taxes. >>> a warning about whales. the national oceanic and atmospheric administration says whales may venture into the san francisco bay. they want boaters to watch out, saying if a mother and calf are separate, the younger whale could die due to separation. >>> this video shows a blue whale lifting and flapping its fluke. it appears as if the orca bit the blue whale. the blue whale swam away. blues are the largest creatures on earth. we posted the full video on ktvu.com. >>> california may have a reputation as a state full of yoga practicing, health conscious. but the most fit state is montana. nevada is third. california comes in at number 8. mississippi
the defense of saying that was --, no, no, it was giving essentially people a defense in a lawsuit if a gay couple sued, but the other issue is if you were to try to say no to someone or even on the basis of their religion, that's already covered under current law. the only group not covered under current or federal state law in arizona for nondiscrimination is gays and lesbians. everybody else is already covered. >> that's a separate issue, of course. just to go back to what you were saying, if you actually read the language of the law, it was a terribly drawn law. it was full of language like if there's a compelling state interest, then you can compel someone to even violate what he calls his religious conscience. the point is i think reasonable people can agree and we should find the areas of agreement, not disagreement. for instance, i do think we should agree that people should not be forced by government to do something that seriously violates conscience if it is based on a legitimate religious recognized in your church. however, that doesn't give you the right to ban access to what w
the defense ministers, saying president clinton ordered the test at 2:00 p.m. moscow time today. the report did not mention ukraine, one of russia's western neighbors, where months of protest have forced a pro-russia president to go into hiding. the president was not able to confirm the order and the defense ministry not available for comment. louisiana government bobby jindal is defending his harsh criticism of president obama saying, in america, we do not have a king. the republican was criticized by a democratic governor, molloy, on monday. after they emerged from others from a meeting with the president said the president seems to be waving the white flag of surrender on the economy. governor jindal in remarks earlier today says the white house in his words belongs to the people. he had a duty to speak his mind. is not at thea white house today. he is on the road traveling. minnesota focusing on the roads and railways. this fund is forecast to go broke as early as august enemies $100 billion over the next six years just to maintain current spending levels. c-span is covering the event y
-- madam speaker, as i listen to the secretary of defense, chuck hagel, yesterday talk about the financial pressure on our military and the budget that he will be supporting that mr. obama has proposed, i wonder why we in congress are not allowed to debate on the floor of this house whether we as the house, not talking about the senate now, whether we believe that we should have a 10-year agreement with afghanistan. again, we are talking about spending anywhere from $3 billion to $4 billion a month. it is borrowed money from the chinese and japanese, and we continue to raise the debt ceiling because we can't -- cannot pay our own bills. it is time for the congress to speak out on behalf of the american people and say enough is enough. to be clear, this agreement that president karzai has adamantly refused to sign, as "the washington post" reported earlier this week, during a december visit to kabul, hagel suggested that the late february nato meaning, this week, was a cutoff point for president karzai to sign the bilateral strategic agreement that sets the terms for a post-2014 u.s. presen
the cold war. we do not need the star wars defense shield. isolateto economically russia and show them that the $60 billion that he spent for the olympics is almost equal to for the 36pense olympics. this off of twitter -- deeply concerned that russia will expand its military intervention in ukraine. sts"a needs to impose "co now. here's bethany, columbia, maryland. independent line. that the media is and they vilify the russian president and there is still those cold war mentality that the russians are always wrong and they are always bad and they are some sort of monsters. go towesterners the rescue. that is not always true. host: what you think the proper response should be? they should let the russians and ukrainians figure out what is best for them. there is truth about the outer-nationalists. they are not good for the ukraine. -- majority of ukrainians they voted for the president. the president was elected. he won the majority. from the very beginning they hated him and they wanted to depose him. westhey think of the automatically takes up their side. conflictsilitary happen, do
the biggest trial of the century. certainly so far it is. >> reporter: the defense claims it was a tragic mistake. pistorius thought steenkamp was an intruder in the home. he acted in self defense. prosecutors allege it was deliberate. he opened fire during an argument in early hours of valenti valentine's day last year. the prosecution will claim he was reckless and gun happy. new images show pistorius on a gun range,i shooting the pistol that killed steenkamp. there is evidence of a flirtatious and loving couple. >> we're looking at a double tragedy, really. because no matter what happens, his life will never be the same again. >> reporter: the trial is due to last three weeks, but a long list of witnesses mean it could last much longer. spending the last few hours inside that courtroom, i can tell you it is truly incredible in there. reeva steenkamp's family is sat shoulder to should we are oscar's family. george, none of them are even looking at each other. >> thank you, hamish. get back to the oscars now. josh what an interview with cate blanche blanchett. >> i got to sit down with c
to the president's new defense budget proposal. we're looking at possibly the fewest troops since before world war ii. and a higher reliance on machines and unmanned drones. our rich edson has the latest breakdown from d.c. how does it break down, rich? >> well it depend on what you're looking at in the aspect of this. when you talk about fewer troops in the field, you look at support that goes behind that. a lot of manned vehicles especially on the ground analysts pointing to perhaps some vehicles produced by oshkosh, general dynamics, bae systems. they're retiring specifics, u-2 spy-plane, classic from the cold war is retired. maintenance cost will go away from companies. literal combat shift. they scaled back that one. hits lockheed martin and general dynamics. two unmanned drones, predator and reaper, that is built by general atomics. that will be scaled back. specific programs here and anything used to support troops will get hit in this budget. melissa: who else gets hurt? >> well that is pretty much it from that perspective, especially when you scale that down. as far as the winners are con
, defensive stocks. consumer staples up the same as consumer discretionary. industrials up the same as health care. >> let's bring in kenny pulcari. i asked ben what to do on that 200 plus down day and he said buy. you know what? that was a great call. what do you do now if you missed it? >> i'm not sure you missed it. i think they want to take it to 1900. just until they say we take it to 1900. it's like get that number on it, people are looking for it. this is not a huge lot of volume so again, to bob's point, it's trader driven. it's algo-driven. crisis over and boom, they rush it right up. it doesn't feel like it wants to top out until -- it will test 1900, i'm sure. then i think you will see this pull back again, this churning. >> the question is whether we keep relatively quiet the next few days on this story because then we get into the nonfarm on friday. remember, people expect not a great number because of bad weather during the week they did the survey. now we are set up for if the number's better than expected, you get another potential leg up. >> on that note, here's seema mody fo
to do with defense and strategic threats. the army and navy and marines had nothing to do with anybody's privacy. it had to do with information that was damaging to our military. i would argue anybody who looks at it in a logical way, looks at the information that he stole, it is hard to walk away and think that giving that to our enemy was anything less than treasonous. >> he may have gotten help from russia to carry this out. the technical capability of what he did was beyond his own. why do you think that? >> i look at this as a former fbi agent. there is a whole history starting in 2010. there is a large degree of suspicious behavior leading up to his decision to steal information. 95% of it had nothing to do with privacy issues or what the nsa was or was not doing to the citizens. it had to do with information up that protects of the united states and allows the army to protect soldiers overseas. it allowed the navy to protect itself in the south china sea. he may not have understood that information existed. we want to know how the scrape tool was developed. he may not have had a
was fired." >> pam: the defense has been trying to cast doubt on that testimony. suggesting any screams were actually the high- pitched screams of pistorius. with more than a hundred witnesses lined up. the drama is likely to last for >> pam: still ahead-- >> pam: time running out for banks to upgrade their atm's. the change that could make them prime targets for hackers. >> pam: and: the airline that's oversized carry-ons. and why they say it will stressful. >> reporter:people behaving badly next! [ male announcer ] get ready tvs and laptops in a u-verse home. we're about to compare you to xfinity. when two hd movies are playing in a u-verse home their fastest internet slows down [ deep voice ]. two hd movies in an xfinity home, the internet stays fast because, it's 2014. hello! [ man on screen ] ugh. so last season. [ male announcer ] exactly. fast never goes out of fashion. sign up today or get started with this great offer. call 1-800-xfinity. [boy] mom!ughs] [mom] yes? [boy] whoa,whoa,whoa... [mom and dad] [laughing] [boy] whoa,whoa,whoa... [mom] you've got two left feet,boo. >> jacquel
from homes. homeowners also worked to build their own last line of defense. >> this homeowner put up some plastic on his hillside hoping to prevent some slides. >> we are as prepared as we can be. i hope it's good enough. >> reporter: even before the rain started falling, many people packed up and heeded warnings. still, some are staying put, at least for now. >> it looks like the rain's really building up and there's water flowing. we'll probably decide to go but for right now, we're staying and assessing how the storm's going to do. >> reporter: you know when we have wildfires here there are people who will stay behind and try to protect their homes, but the police say when it comes to floods and mud slides there's really nothing you can do to stop it. they say you might as well be safe and get out. anthony and norah? >> ben tracy, thanks. >>> it's too cold to be raining in chicago this morning. the windchill there is below zero. this arctic blast stretches from the northern rockies to the east coast. elaine quijano is in detroit, one of the cities hardest
back to the 1990s, don't be defensive, seem real, make her look like she is not in a bunker mentality, she has an aversion to national media. >> the news she consider going on home improvement could be devastating. it is silly. thousands of pages of documents come out and everyone is hoping to find the needle in the haystack. they did not come up with anything. this is stuff that happened 20 years ago, we know that is how she was then. >> i would argue that the notes of blair that came out although they have been sitting in the arrest kinds at university of arkansas where she said the press has big egos and more brains is more important than what her advisors are saying she should do. >> which part is not true? >> what is fascinating how the press glommed on to the story of how hillary clinton thinks of the press, like these stories are really about hillary clinton and the press. >> this makes hillary clinton look old. she has been around for a long, long time. she has been through many different campaigns. a social media guru said big isn't big anymore. fur a candidate who has all of
't be defensive, seem real, we should tell anecdote that's humanize her, make her look like she isn't in a bunker mentality. how relevant is that today? >> the news that she could be considering going on to home improvement is silly. thousands of pages coming out on. everybody is looking for that needle in the haystack. this didn't really come up with anything. this is stuff that happened 20 years ago. >> i would argue that diane blair's notes, which came out earlier from sitting in the university of arkansas archives where she said that the press has big egos and no brains is more important than what her advisers are saying she should do. >> which part of that is not true? >> what's fascinating about this is how the press glommed on to the stories about how hillary linked on to the press, it reminds me of middle school enemies and asking each other, how do i look? was she talking about me? all these stories were really about hillary clinton and hillary and the press. >> there is another point to this, which says this makes hillary clinton look old. she has been around for a long, long time as th
and a russian defense official is discussing ukraine with nato members in brussels as well. so, in this swirl of diplomacy russia's and the west's end games are beginning to emerge. washington and berlin are pushing a plan that would include international observers to replace the russian or pro-russian forces in crimea direct talks between moscow and kiev and new elections in may. now, the russians on the other hand, want to see a return of the ousted ukrainian leader victor yanukovych, he would head a national unity government and new elections in december. so, there's a gulf between these two sides. clearly. and that will be whittled down perhaps over the next number of days, but at least, carl they are talking again. and, by the way, if that doesn't work, don't expect to see russian forces pulling back in crimea anytime soon that could become the new norm. back to you, carl. >> one question, you know, you talk about the presence of the pro-russian forces. is it the sense where you are that putin blinked as "usa today" puts it today or that he simply quit while he was
in defense of any other country deals with companies that do business in that company. it is so basic and fundamental and i think the swiss government would understand that is the way the law has to be. and you can't use the loss of one country to as an excuse violate the laws of the country in which you want to operate. that is an area which needs to be explored but should have been explored long ago by the department of justice. thank you. >> on this weekend's newsmakers iowa senator tom harkin talks about the debating congress over raising the minimum wage. the democratic lawmaker, the chair of the health education labor and tension committee and the author of a bill that would set the minimum wage at $10.10 an hour. you can watch the interview at 10:00 a.m. and again at 6:00 p.m. eastern on c-span. >> the new c-span.org web site makes it easier than ever to keep tabs on washington d.c. and share your find on facebook, twitter and other social networks. easy search functions let you access daily coverage of events, new tools make it simple to create short video clips and share them
that no one knew him previously. his identity is an important issue for the defense. >> what the defense has found in this case is that there is another individual who is currently held in began taguanty by the united states with a name similar in parts if not identical to my client's. >> abu ghaith is the highest ranking al qaeda figure to face trial on u.s. soil since the 9/11 attacks. >>> prosecutors call themselves satisfied with the start of the murder trial of oscar pistorius. pistorius pleaded not guilty to murdering his girlfriend, reeva steenka steenkamp, and to other gun-related charges. on the stand yesterday, a prosecution witness recalled hearing what she called the blood-curdling screams of a woman before four gunshots on the morning steenkamp was killed. pistorius's attorney contends the screaming may have been pistorius screaming for help after he realized he shot scene camp. >>> a minnesota couple died from apparent carbon monoxide poisoning inside their home. the two daughters were found alive in their house. they're being treated at the hospital. the wife mentioned on face
, allegedly unlawfully leaking national defense information about north korea to me and then allegedly b, that individual earlier this month, entered a guilty plea and awaiting sentencing and probably stands to serve 8 to 13 months in prison. >> all right. for leaking? >> i have never, on this program or any place else spoken about whether this individual was a source of mine or not. and i am not doing that here. i am now assured that i will not be prosecuted in connection with the case. get you on here and be a martyr, you can have rallies, free rosen. >> i'm touched by your concern. i'm touched it, bill. >> carl cameron, everyone. is he following the democratic rivalries for president. and i understand that governor of maryland martin o'malley is going to run against hillary, who else is in the game. >> clinton has been really busy the last couple of days and rest of the week. some of her potential rivals looking pretty restless. george down university and tonight the university of miami. tomorrow the former pro-obama super pac u.s.a. is going to hold first official gathering in new yo
defenses, which i know you have vast experience in. the department of homeland security has a critical role to play in the national security and cyber security infrastructure act in 2013, which unanimously passed out of our committee earlier this month . it takes an important step by codifying the department cyber security mission. the committee would like to see a greater emphasis on building an experienced and streamlined cyber workforce and increasing the security and resiliency of our federal networks.
's response and defense of his own actions on his website. in fact, i tweeted that out. apologies came out if it was looking like me. his website and his defense that i wanted to get out to people because it is the first time we've heard from mr. andresen. this morning the new icahn letter to ebay stock holder doesn't say much about paypal. it's wanting to know the truth about what happened with skype, raising questions about what ebay directors new about microsoft's interest in skype. 18 months later the investment group that purchased skype from eb ebay, but ebay helped 30% of the company and managed it from a higher price when it was sold to microsoft, about $8.5 billion. did mark andresen know at the time the group was purchasing a controlling interest from ebay that microsoft was interested. did he enter into a confidentiality agreement that prevented sharing information. a lot of questions continue. want to get to the broader issue in a minute. a manresponse from ebay and mr. andresen himself. he says, for example, ebay's retained ownership in the skype spin-off 30% versus andren's a
.and the defense reportedly plans to argue that the screams were his own. >> jacqueline: we have seen the rainfall totals pick up. the bay bridge is largely seen light rain. light rain over the san mateo bridge. we have seen areas with more moderate rainfall. moving through this evening. we will see grant picked up for the next couple of hours. a lot of moisture available wearing mostly this evening and into tomorrow morning. wang fang headline is that that is the forecast. lane under an inch so this is impacting my commute hour commute. the zsa cast model shows a lot of rain to the north. as to look into the 9:00 hour rain continuing push more into the east bay and down the south bay as well. more showers with below to the north. nothing widespread a little more light. a few lingering showers into the later hours in late afternoon. even clear skies through the evening. highest elevation scenes now. lake level temperatures in the afternoon with fifties and offer my '30's and '40's. to want to see any snow and the lower elevation. here is a look at the extended forecast with spot he showers. dry co
subcommittee on defense. they're here today to talk about the extendable launch vehicle program known as eelv. the program valued at $70 billion is a federal government answer to reducing the cost of military satellite space launches. xe contractors like space have yet to snag one of these launches because it does not have certification to do so. right now, united launch is the only rocket maker with that approval, which means they have held the monopoly for years. it in december, they were awarded another commitment for 35 more launches over the next five years. the monopoly should be coming to an end. the pentagon is putting up 14 more missions for grabs for new to enterlike space x that market. elon musk is going to make the case that space x is up to the job. >> it seems like elon musk as the underdog here. >> he definitely is. he will make the point that the federald save government $1 billion a year if it were to go with space x and he has had a couple of good weeks. first, the air force announced last week that its falcon nine launch back in september would count as one of the three ne
in the hands as if to block out what he was hearing when his defense counsel challenged a neighbor's testimony that she heard a woman scream after the final shot. >> there was serious, serious brain damage. and our evidence will be that the person with that brain damage will have no response, no cognitive function, no thought process. she could not have screamed. >> reporter: the witness, who was not on camera, also lost her composure when describing her state of mind when she made her original statement. >> it was quite raw still. >> it was quite? >> raw emotion. >> raw emotion? >> when i'm in the shower, i relive her shouts. >> reporter: michelle burger who described the screams as blood-curdling lives approximately two football fields away from the murder scene. we learned that the defense team had carried out a test to recreate the screams at the same hour of the murder in pistorius' home to see if the sound would carry. a second witness also describes being woken in the early hours of valentine's day 2013 by a commotion. >> it seems like somebody was involved in a fight. >> reporter: if f
in the fed section three of the defense of marriage act. this decision was not taken lightly. our actions were motivated by the strong belief that all measures that distinguish among people based upon their sexual orientation must be subjected to a heightened standard of scrutiny and therefore that this measure was unconstitutional discrimination. last summer the supreme court issued a decision in the united states forces windsor striking down the federal government ban on recognizing gay and lesbian couples who are legally married off. this marked a step forward and a resounding victory for equal treatment and equal protection under love. recently and partly in response to the decision a number of state attorneys general familiar command oregon every similar determinations after applying heightened scrutiny to laws in their states know when must never extend from policy or political disagreement standing only on from constitutional ground, but i believe we must be suspicious of legal classifications based solely on sexual orientation and we must endeavor in all of our efforts of topol so
by parliament is a defense to prove the bank the funds have been transferred is violating and contributing contributing, aiding and abetting a the burden of proof. we want the names of the americans have accounts there to get the names of the united states. there is a big loophole that we should ratify it. but the key point is swiss laws still requires going through hoops to get the names of people hiding assets. that is the bottom line. instead of a direct response, listen, we're bound by your laws in your country and we will comply and take on the swiss government if they take us on the as a country where we do business we take on the swiss government. do you thank you will be convicted in the swiss court will the swiss government prosecute if you comply with our laws to turn over names? is that your fear? >> yes. absolutely. >> in that case let's be clear what we talk about you are not cooperating with us us, hiding behind a law that applies in switzerland but not here but you want to do business here. that is not the way the international law is applied. if you want to do business here
three years, the defense contractor, you want some fast movers, worked gunz dollars a day, a 20% on varney already. solar play, then again the candy. you get a little more upswept with a portfolio to grow, got some time to make mistakes but you want to build that cash. stuart: next one, last one, i am 30 years old or younger, i am ready to take risks and seize the money. charles: these are all stocks that -- not doing bad. it has got to be in it. i focused on revenue growth. these are high-flying companies, social play in china, they think they will grow 58%. zillow looking at 45%. the street looking for 131% growth and canadians will 60% growth. check these on a daily basis but don't get nervous. don't worry about that. stuart: if you are 20 years old u.s. 60 years. good stuff. now we are joined by dr. ben carson. as you know he is a world renowned neurosurgeon now retired by the way a critic of president obama and fox news contributor. we are asking every prominent person who comes on the show the same question which is has president obama fundamentally changed america? >> he
aliens. they had to leave their homes in the western defense zone. and for putting camps surrounded by barbed wire range interior and not charged with anything in particular. when i read an article about african-american and jewish civil rights organizations, an article by cheryl greenberg talking about the issue had passed unnoticed to them. i was curious what the reaction would be here and i expected to find that the jewish community in civil rights issues would have spoken out here because unlike the jewish community in new york for -- japanese-americans were not an abstraction, they were their neighbors and were familiar with them. the community had a commitment, a public commitment, speaking out against what they call prejudice. it was a non reaction and in order to understand the significance of it you have to understand the content. the first thing to understand is as policy started to take shape and it took shape in february and march of 1940 through the spring, japanese-americans living in that area were rounded up and put in temporary camps near large cities and force subs
, and attacked all day everyday. you can no longer rely on perimeter the defenses anymore. and you have to assume that you have been macked and you have to have the technologies to go in to analyze all of the data and look for the outliers and the statistical anomalies and the unusual pattern. it is a 24 by 7 issue to try to defend yourself against cyberterrorism. i think that the agencies are just doing everything that they can to analyze the data to make sure they are looking for the outlier pattern. i don't think that they are doing the level of intrusion on the day-to-day citizen that the press would appear. but they are certainly looking for the outlier patterns that say, this is something that needs to be watched. so, you know, we at splunk, we don't condone spying or any type of internal intrusion just like you wouldn't, but i think that it is the new reality that you have to be able to analyze the data and a lot of it in order to find that needle in the haystack and looking to the unusual thing. it is a careful balance, but i tell our daughters and we tell them just a assume that everythi
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